Marcus Smart started in place of an injured Isiah Thomas and scored 27 points on 8 for 14 shooting. Avery Bradley added 20 and Al Horford chipped in 16 as the Boston Celtics overcame a 21 point three-quarter lead to beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 111-108, in game three of the Eastern Conference finals.
The Celtics win gives the Cavaliers their first loss of 2017 playoffs and guarantees the series will head back to Boston for a game 5.
Kyrie Irving lead all scorers with 29 points, Kevin Love added 28 points and 10 rebounds, but Cleveland only got 11 points in 45 minutes of play from Lebron James.
Game 4 will be Tuesday night at 8:30 pm est in Cleveland.